Personal Injury Compensation

No one expects to be in an accident and suffer serious injuries. So when it does happen, no one is prepared. How can you afford the medical bills and lost wages? How do you bring a personal injury lawsuit? Should you take the insurance company's settlement offer?

Before you do anything else, talk with attorney Brad Keating at The Keating Firm LTD. With more than a decade of experience, attorney Brad Keating represents clients in Cincinnati, Columbus and the surrounding Ohio areas in all types of personal injury claims.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Our firm handles a wide range of automobile accident cases. Whether you have been hit by a drunk driver, you have been rear-ended by another driver or involved in a serious accident with someone who lacks adequate insurance, our attorneys can help you obtain the compensation you need.

It is important to call an experienced attorney if you have suffered serious injuries in a car accident, truck accident or other serious accident before you talk with the insurance company. Our attorneys will protect your rights against the insurance company and make sure you get the best financial outcome possible in your case.

Serious Injuries

There are a number of injuries that result from motor vehicle accidents and other types of accidents. Some back and neck injuries — and even concussions and other related brain injuries — might not seem all that serious at first. However, there are often more serious long-term injuries that are not immediately apparent without medical expertise.

It is critical if you have been in a bike accident or other type of accident, to seek medical attention right away. An experienced doctor can help prevent more long-term complications that might arise if you do not get the help you need in a timely fashion.

Premises Liability

What is premises liability? This is a question many personal injury lawyers face regularly. Premises liability is a simple concept involving every landowner's duty to keep the land safe. Premises liability can include falls in grocery stores, slips on ice and other accidents that result from a property not being kept in safe conditions. Although not technically a premises liability claim, dog bites usually occur on the dog owners' properties, so they are often considered part of the premises liability designation.

Learn more about premises liability and reach out to an attorney from our firm.

Contact The Keating Firm LTD

Do not wait to file a claim if you've been hurt, as the statute of limitations could prevent you from obtaining compensation if you wait too long. Call 866-836-HURT (4878) or email us today to discuss your case with an experienced attorney.